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The other major feature worth mentioning from the trailer for Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis was the coming of the new player classes. You'll be able to choose from the Ranger, Force, and Hunter courses at start. Each class deals hurt in a unique way with special skills to boot. The Hunter is great for getting up close and personal with large damage melee attacks, but it also includes higher risk in many cases. For this reason, you can opt to pick the Force class should you prefer to sit back and throw ranged attacks while using an array of skills. The Ranger looks particularly dynamic though, because it supports high freedom and remarkable ranged damage. We'll need to see how these all balance out, but we're eager to say the least.
If you are trying to get into Phantasy Star Online 2, now remains a fantastic moment. It recently found on Steam and clearly still enjoys a massive population of gamers. There's new content via Episode 4 to appreciate too, and a slew of Valve crossover items you may use. After New Genesis launches, the game will proceed over to that stage. Sega still has to provide all the details on how that will operate.
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